Latest coronavirus rate for each part of Birmingham and West Midlands with four areas now in top 50

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Here is Tuesday’s update of the latest coronavirus case rates for every local authority area in England.

Sandwell is now fifth highest in England at 933 coronavirus cases per 100,000 people, down from 1005 per 100k last week.

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Wolverhampton lies just outside the top 10 in twelfth position, with Walsall and Birmingham also in the top 50.

At the other end of the table, Staffordshire Moorlands has the lowest rate in the West Midlands – under 250 cases per 100,000 people.

Other areas to have rates beneath the 300 case per 100k threshold include Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Birmingham now has a rate of 722.1 per 100,000 people, with 8245 new cases, a fall from last week’s rate of 809.4, when 9242 new cases were recorded in the city.

The figures, for the seven days to January 15, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government’s testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two).

The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people.

Data for the most recent four days (January 16-19) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.

Of the 315 local areas in England, 14 (4%) have seen a rise in case rates and 301 (96%) have seen a fall.

The list has been calculated by the PA news agency based on Public Health England data published on January 19 on the Government’s coronavirus dashboard.

Here is the list in full. From left to right, it reads: name of local authority; rate of new cases in the seven days to January 15; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to January 15; rate of new cases in the seven days to January 8; number (in brackets) of new cases recorded in the seven days to January 8.

Top 50

Knowsley, 1134.8, (1712), 1464.9, (2210)

Slough, 1025.2, (1533), 1166.3, (1744)

Barking and Dagenham, 962.9, (2050), 1636.9, (3485)

Brent, 950.4, (3134), 1133.8, (3739)

Sandwell, 933.8, (3067), 1005.0, (3301)

Newham, 926.3, (3271), 1492.6, (5271)

Hounslow, 923.7, (2508), 1178.9, (3201)

Ealing, 910.5, (3112), 1147.1, (3921)

Rushmoor, 897.5, (849), 1292.8, (1223)

Halton, 891.7, (1154), 1307.5, (1692)

Eastbourne, 890.6, (924), 1040.1, (1079)

Wolverhampton, 889.7, (2343), 1068.9, (2815)

Tendring, 881.5, (1292), 1267.0, (1857)

Castle Point, 857.5, (775), 1175.1, (1062)

Carlisle, 850.2, (924), 1154.8, (1255)

Harlow, 846.5, (737), 1384.0, (1205)

Sefton, 840.4, (2323), 1115.4, (3083)

Liverpool, 836.3, (4165), 1089.5, (5426)

Thurrock, 832.3, (1451), 1334.2, (2326)

St Helens, 822.3, (1485), 866.6, (1565)

Croydon, 816.6, (3158), 1139.4, (4406)

Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole, 811.5, (3208), 899.0, (3554)

Redbridge, 798.8, (2438), 1388.2, (4237)

Wirral, 782.1, (2534), 982.4, (3183)

Burnley, 767.0, (682), 1052.6, (936)

Enfield, 765.7, (2556), 1231.9, (4112)

Tower Hamlets, 762.4, (2476), 1189.9, (3864)

Waltham Forest, 754.2, (2089), 1195.4, (3311)

Greenwich, 742.5, (2138), 1142.9, (3291)

Walsall, 736.3, (2102), 824.2, (2353)

Crawley, 733.9, (825), 1161.8, (1306)

Dartford, 732.6, (825), 1134.0, (1277)

Luton, 728.9, (1553), 980.5, (2089)

Hillingdon, 725.4, (2226), 1084.2, (3327)

Birmingham, 722.1, (8245), 809.4, (9242)

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Lambeth, 721.1, (2351), 1018.9, (3322)

Gravesham, 721.0, (771), 1190.4, (1273)

Hyndburn, 710.7, (576), 725.5, (588)

Haringey, 709.5, (1906), 1082.1, (2907)

Isle of Wight, 708.2, (1004), 1178.0, (1670)

Broxbourne, 702.1, (683), 1240.8, (1207)

Lewisham, 701.7, (2146), 1087.8, (3327)

Harrow, 701.5, (1762), 991.8, (2491)

Watford, 697.9, (674), 942.3, (910)

Welwyn Hatfield, 697.3, (858), 904.6, (1113)

Bedford, 690.2, (1196), 949.8, (1646)

Pendle, 685.0, (631), 892.4, (822)

Sutton, 684.3, (1412), 967.8, (1997)

Hackney and City of London, 680.8, (1980), 924.9, (2690)

Reading, 680.6, (1101), 809.1, (1309)

Rest of West Midlands:

Worcester, 669.8, (678), 815.0, (825)

Dudley, 667.6, (2147), 717.0, (2306)

Redditch, 662.7, (565), 655.6, (559)

South Staffordshire, 605.7, (681), 651.0, (732)

Cannock Chase, 548.8, (553), 629.2, (634)

Bromsgrove, 544.6, (544), 698.8, (698)

East Staffordshire, 533.6, (639), 638.0, (764)

Solihull, 525.9, (1138), 546.7, (1183)

Telford and Wrekin, 520.4, (936), 595.5, (1071)

Wychavon, 511.5, (662), 544.7, (705)

Coventry, 510.1, (1895), 585.4, (2175)

Tamworth, 482.4, (370), 498.1, (382)

Shropshire, 447.2, (1445), 472.9, (1528)

Nuneaton and Bedworth, 431.2, (560), 508.9, (661)

Wyre Forest, 417.6, (423), 495.6, (502)

Stafford, 405.0, (556), 507.0, (696)

Rugby, 404.8, (441), 559.0, (609)

Stoke-on-Trent, 397.5, (1019), 458.3, (1175)

Lichfield, 388.5, (407), 506.9, (531)

North Warwickshire, 384.6, (251), 426.0, (278)

Malvern Hills, 335.5, (264), 320.2, (252)

Herefordshire, 320.0, (617), 385.9, (744)

Newcastle-under-Lyme, 297.4, (385), 360.8, (467)

Stratford-on-Avon, 292.1, (380), 348.2, (453)

Staffordshire Moorlands, 249.9, (246), 273.3, (269)





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